1 edition of Interpersonal psychotherapy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-144) and index.
|Statement||Ellen Frank and Jessica C. Levenson|
|Series||Theories of psychotherapy series|
|Contributions||Levenson, Jessica C., American Psychological Association|
|LC Classifications||RC489.I55 F73 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 154 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||154|
|ISBN 10||143380851X, 1433808528|
|ISBN 10||9781433808517, 9781433808524|
|LC Control Number||2010019767|
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) is a short-term psychological (talking) therapy. Its foundations lie in attachment theory (Bowlby, ), communication theory (e.g., Kiesler, ), and social theory (e.g., Henderson, Byrne, Duncan-Jones, ). IPT therapists pay particular attention to their clients’ relationships with other people. Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Older Adults is the first clinical book on how to conduct Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) with persons 65 years of age and older. This growing cohort in the United States is expected to rise substantially after , when Pages:
D.E. Wilfley, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) is a brief, time-limited treatment for major depression that was developed in the s by Klerman and colleagues and in specified in a treatment manual by Klerman, Weissman, Rounsaville, and Chevron. IPT is derived from theories in which interpersonal function is. Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) is based on evidence that interpersonal problems contribute to the onset of psychiatric disorders, and it helps patients to change interpersonal behavior in order to improve psychosocial functioning and relieve symptoms. IPT both relieves psychiatric symptoms and helps to build social skills. This online resource provides a wealth of real life treatment.
Pilot study of interpersonal psychotherapy versus supportive psychotherapy for dysthymic patients with secondary alcohol abuse or dependence (Markowitz et al., ) Maintenance IPT Treatment of depression by drugs and psychotherapy (Klerman et al., ). This book contains the essential information about a model of therapy named psychodynamic-interpersonal therapy that has been developed over the last four decades. The book draws heavily on the extensive research base for psycho-dynamic-interpersonal (PI) therapy, which is File Size: KB.
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Trauma and the Body/Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Two-Book Set (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology) by Pat Ogden Ph.D. | out of 5 stars 4. The Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy is the definitive, practical guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) for clinicians and researchers.
IPT is a well-researched, time-limited, and diagnosis-focused therapy. An update and expansion of the original, and IPT manuals, this guide illustrates not only individual IPT treatment for patients with major depression but also 5/5(3).
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“Feeling Better-Beat Depression and Improve Relationships with Interpersonal Psychotherapy” offers you a step by step guide to develop those wonderful relationships.
Similarly, interpersonal psychotherapy (Weissman & Klerman, ) is an interpersonally focused treatment for depression that has also been shown to reduce PTSD symptoms (Campanini et al., ).
Interpersonal Psychotherapy compiles the results of several recent research studies on this popular subject. Not only has interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) been found to be effective in treating acute major depression, but recent studies have led to the adaptation and testing of IPT for treating other diagnostic groups, including non-mood rising economic pressures, interpersonal.
FORMATS. Developed as an individual psychotherapy to be delivered by mental health professionals, IPT has also been modified as interpersonal counseling (IPC; 4, 34), a streamlined, heavily scripted treatment for subsyndromal mood and anxiety symptoms for use by non-mental health medical is also being tested as a group (), couples (), and telephone () by: Interpersonal Psychotherapy provides an introduction to the theory, history, research, and practice of this effective, empirically validated approach.
Gerald L. Klerman and Myrna M. Weissman initially created interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) as a Interpersonal psychotherapy book approach for treating depression, but it has since been adapted for use with a wide variety of client presenting problems and in longer-term Pages: Reflecting the new and exciting trends in the treatment of psychiatric patients, this book presents a model of IPT for clinically depressed patients.
Gerald L. Klerman, whose research on depression has made him world renowned, and Myrna M. Weissman, who has written, with Eugene Paykel, an important book on women and depression, have worked with their colleagues to present the empirical basis.
Interpersonal Group Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality Disorder. Author: Marziali, Elsa, Monroe-Blum, Now, in this innovative book, clinicians have an effective, standardized model of therapy that will limit the patient’s ability to derail the therapist’s efforts.
the interpersonal group psychotherapy model fully detailed here. Interpersonal psychotherapy is based on the observation that major depression usually occurs in an interpersonal context, often an interpersonal loss or dispute.
By clarifying, refocusing and renegotiating the interpersonal context associated with the onset of the depression, the depressed patient’s symptomatic recovery may be accelerated and the social morbidity reduced.
'This book clearly sets forth the theoretical assumptions and operating principles of interpersonal psychotherapy for depression. It provides excellent illustrative case material with important collateral information, such as reviews of outcome studies and of current pharmacological treatments/5(8).
Interpersonal Psychotherapy provides an introduction to the theory, history, research, and practice of this effective, empirically validated approach.
Gerald L. Klerman and Myrna M. Weissman initially created interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) as a brief approach for treating depression, but it has since been adapted for use with a wide variety /5(11).
Interpersonal Psychotherapy - A Clinician's Guide book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A practical guide to the uses and applic /5(22). interpersonal terms and the nature and structure of the IPT sessions are explained.
• This phase of treatment concludes with the composition of the "interpersonal inventory" which is essentially a register of all the Interpersonal Psychotherapy: Techniques, supervisionFile Size: KB.
Since the publication of the original interpersonal therapy (IPT) text (Klerman et al. ), little attention has been paid to clarifying the unique conceptual approach of is no accident.
IPT was devised with a clear emphasis on clinical utility and practical efficacy rather than theory (Weissman ).Its advocates have tried to retain focus on IPT technique and on efficacy research.
Reflecting the new and exciting trends in psychotherapy as well as responsive to the current emphasis on efficient, substantial therapeutic results, this book presents a model of interpersonal, short_term psychotherapy for clinically depressed patients.
Gerald L. Klerman, whose research on depression has made him world renowned, and Myrna M. Weissman, who has written, with Eugene Paykel, an. The book Interpersonal Psychotherapy of Depression 1 was the original statement of interpersonal psychotherapy of depression (IPT).
As someone who has conducted IPT for several years, I have carefully read and reread the IPT book. It is a refreshingly clear, clinically friendly outline of why and how to conduct : Gregory A.
Hinrichsen. This book is the definitive and most up-to-date guide to the elements and adaptations of interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) and has been written by its developers and trainers.
Researchers who want to adopt or test this evidence-based psychotherapy treatment or clinicians who want to include it in their practice can use this book as their foundation.
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) is an empirically validated treatment for a variety of psychiatric disorders. The evidence for IPT supports its use for a variety of affective disorders, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders, and for a wide range of patients from children and adolescents to the elderly.
Interpersonal Psychotherapy compiles the results of several recent research studies on this popular subject. Not only has interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) been found to be effective in treating acute major depression, but recent studies have led to the adaptation and testing of IPT for treating other diagnostic groups, including non-mood disorders.
Dr. Myrna Weissman, a member of the StrongMinds Advisory Board, recently released an updated and expanded edition of her book, The Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy.
StrongMinds’ work was founded on a randomized control trial of Group Interpersonal Psychotherapy that took place in Uganda inwhich was conducted by Paul Bolton et al. Dr. Weissman adapted the manual for the study.His test, the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems, was published in by the Psychological Corporation, and his book, Interpersonal Foundations of Psychopathology in He was president of the Society for Psychotherapy Research from to and president of the Society for Interpersonal Theory and Research from to Reflecting the new and exciting trends in psychotherapy as well as responsive to the current emphasis on efficient, substantial therapeutic results, this book presents a model of interpersonal, short_term psychotherapy for clinically depressed patients/5.